Department of Sanskrit
About the Department
- Sanskrit, one of the Indian classical languages was introduced in this college since 1962 at compulsory and second subsidiary level. First subsidiary subject was started in 1990.
- Change in syllabus during past 5 years
Few important changes were made in the syllabus in the year 2005. Mr. M.D. Dave is chairperson of Board of the Studies for Sanskrit for the year 2005-06.
- Trends in success rate and drop out rate of students during last five years.
Success rate in the students is above 90 % and drop out ratio is almost nil.
- Learning resources of the departments like library, computers, laboratories and other such resources.
Library resources: About 800 books, out of which some are reference books also.
- Modern Teaching method in practice other than the lecture method.
Besides formal lecture method, the faculty organizes seminars, group discussions, project work etc. related to the subject.
- Plan of action of the department for the next five years.
The department is looking forward to have Sanskrit as a principal subject in near future.
M. D. Dave
MA (Sanskrit and Hindi), B.Ed. HoD
Mr. M D Dave is the Chief Coordinator of all the committees in the college. He possesses teaching experience of 13 years at UG level and now teaches at PG level at Kachchh University. He is the Chairperson of Sanskrit subject in Kachchh University. He is also a paper setter, evaluator and moderator at Kachchh University and Gujarat University. He has attended UGC sponsored workshops for collage teachers organized by Tolani commerce collage and Kachchh University of Bhuj. He has also presented literary papers in various conferences on Sanskrit Literature like ‘Sanskrit sahitya aur lalit kalaayein’, ‘Ujjain in Meghdoot’ etc.
Mr. Dave has delivered many lectures on Sanskrit language and literature.
He is the immediate Past President of Rotary Club of Adipur.
Bharat H. Modhpatel M.A.
He is a part time lecturer in this college for the past thirteen years. He also teaches at Mahila College, Bhachau.
He has attended a national workshop on ‘Asia and Asian Cities’ of KATHA and Dept. of Sindhi at Tolani college of Arts and Science in October 2005.
- Total number of students : 300 at subsidiary level. All students of FYBA learn Sanskrit as a compulsory subject.
- Achievements of the students :